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TWiTTech News Today 9: Fatalities Are Back! (June 11, 2010)

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Mortal Kombat can kill, Google reveals vulnerabilities in XP, U.S. looks at web security, and more.

This movie is part of the collection: Tech News Today

Producer: TWiT
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Language: English
Keywords: twit; tech-news-today; tnt; Tom Merritt; Sarah Lane; Erik Lanigan;

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Tom Merritt
Sarah Lane
Erik Lanigan



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Tape storage not quite as dead as expected

New 3D display technology that doesn't need glasses

Novell wins in court vs SCO in Linux patent case

Voicemail from Tim about Google WiFi data collection issue

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Email from Paul about potential privacy issues with iPhone 4 front-facing camera

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